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2nd Channel Output For Trunk Release
3rd Channel Output
Door Entry Protection
Personal/Panic Mode
Shock Sensor Warn Away
Shock Sensor/Dual Zone-Dual Adjust
Remote Trigger Disable
Five Function LED Plug-In
Intrusion Event Memory
120db 6 Tone Siren
Last Door Automatic Arming
Flashing Parking Light Output
Anti Car-Jack Mode (programmable)
Starter Disable Built In Relay
R.F. Lock-Out Feature
Valet Overide Switch Plug-In
Faulty Zone Bypass
Audible/Visual Intrusion Alert
Ignition ATUOLOCK mode (Programmable)
Remote Door Lock/Unlock Plug-In
Double Pulse Lock Output



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601S Full Featured Alarm

Thank you for purchasing the best multi featured car alarm system available we provide! We at COMMANDO appreciate your business and strive to help you in any way we can with the installation and use of this product.

To start, determine the colors and locations in your vehicle that you will need to address during the installation. You can aquire the wiring for your vehicle at the link available on this page

Next, find a suitable location under your dashboard, to position the "brain" of the alarm system. This should be a dry location, high up in the underdash area. The alarm "Brain" has two tabs on it to affix it to an exsisting vehicle wiring harness. (Use 2 wire ties to mount it securely)

Then, using black electrical tape, wrap the main harness wires you will be using, neatly cutting off the excess length of the wires, to fit between the distance from where you placed the "brain", to the ignition switch harness coming off the key cylinder. This is where your main wiring for this alarm system will be done. (DO NOT CONNECT ALARM TO THE HARNESS YET! WAIT UNTIL ALL REQUIRED CONNECTIONS ARE DONE!

So far, so good. Find the BLACK(-) wire in the main harness and locate a good solid chasis ground. If painted, scrape a bit off and with a 1/4 self tapping screw, and eyehole connector, mount to the vehicle securely. Then follow the designated wiring color code above preferably using solder to make the proper connections. If you choose to use crimp connectors, please make sure the proper guage connectors and crimp tool is used to assure a solid connection. If using a solder method, onec your connections are made use more black electrical tape to cover the exposed solder joints.

Now for the LED, and VALET switch. Find a visable location in the dashbaord area, or center console in your vehicle. This spot is for the LED that is included and you will need to take extra care to check behind the area you've chosen to place it. Using a 1/4 inch drill bit, slowly procede in drilling the whole to mount the LED in place. Feed the plug & wire through your whole and plug into the alarm "brain" The VALET switch follows the same as the LED, but we suggest a hidden area, either under the dash or, high up on the drivers side, plastic kick panel.

Next, you want to find a suitable "pass through" for the siren output wire This will normally be fed through the firewall, to the engine compartment, using either a rubber gromet that already exsists for your vehicle's main wiring packs, or by drilling a small hole using another 1/4 inch screw in a SAFE area of the firewall that has "thin" sheet metal separating the engine compartment, and the interior driver footwell. Now carefully feed the siren output wire through the hole you made, and run around to the area you are going to place your siren. Mount the siren, with the bell opening faced down to prevent "the bucket" effect and getting water in it's circuitry. Now Connect the siren output wire, to the RED siren wire and waterproof the connection. Ground the black lead to the vehicle's chasis & Tape off the added siren wire, so that it does'nt show if desired.

The next part af the installation process is attatching the trigger points, ie; dome lights, trunk and included shock sensor. The shock sensor should be securely mounted with wire ties, to a firm harness on the right side of the steering column, close to the center of the vehicle for the best responce. Leave the sensitivity screws accessable for you so when you plug in the harness, you can set it to the level you desire. As far as the other trigger points, once you get the diagram for your vehicle, you will know where and which wires that will be needed in your installation.

Now for starter disable. The 601S has a built in starter interupt relay, and makes this job a breeze. Find the wire in the ignition harness that shows 12 volts, ONLY while cranking the engine with the key. This is your starter wire. Cut in half, leaving the 2 ends available to work with, and attatch one of the starter disable wires to one end of the cut wire, and the other starter disable wire to the other end ot the cut wire. Now this part is Done.

Finally, the 601S has many channels and outputs to make most any modifications such as trunk release, remotestart output, and even ANTI-HIJACK work in your vehicle. These additions, or options are wired according to the make, model and year of your vehicle. Whether you have the electronics built in, or you want to add a "kit" actuators, or a remotestart module to complete your security, the 601 has the punch to make it happen!

You are now ready to test the alarm system and make any adjustments you require, to finish this installation. Plug in the main harness to the alarm "brain". At this point the alarm will trigger, sounding the siren, and flashing the parking lights. The included transmitters a factory pre-programed and by pressing button 1 (on the left) of the transmitter, will disarm the alarm. (button 2 is for a future function like trunk release, or added remote start control.

You will need to add relays for options like trunk release.
See the relay center at RELAYS.4ALL.CC
You have now completed your installation, CONGRATULATIONS!

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